Management and faculty members were hearty in their praises and lavish in their approbations as Covenant University on Tuesday, August 25, 2020, formally sent forth two distinguished senior members of her faculty, Professor Christian Bolu and Professor Samuel John.
As God’s own University, His blessings never cease to pour on Covenant. Representatives of West Africa’s No.1 University on Thursday, August 20, 2020, outshone co-competitors to win this year’s edition of the Enactus Nigeria National Championship.
West Africa’s numero uno institution, Covenant University, proved it is the destination for students seeking the Golden Fleece in engineering education as the top 10 Nigerian authors in the field of engineering are from Covenant.
Eighty per cent (80%) of the top 10 authors in Computer Science in Nigeria are from Covenant University, according to the latest computation by SciVal. This bibliometric tool uses Scopus data to analyse the research performance of individuals or groups.
60% of Top 10 of the Top 500 Authors in Nigeria by Publication Volume in the Past 5 Years from Covenant
Covenant University continues to cement her enviable status as Nigeria's most research-driven institution by producing 6 of the top 10 authors in the country by publication volume within the last five years.
A recurring theme at the 2020 International Youth Day (2020 IYD) celebration, organized by Covenant University's Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CU-CDIIC), was the call on youths to engage in introspection and be involved in charting a new course for a better world.
There should be an optimisation of geometric and flow parameters for optimal performance, and optimisation for other geometric shapes to produce microchannel heat sinks with optimal thermal characteristics, according to Professor Tunde Bello-Ochende of the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
ICSSD 2020: Expert Recommends Use of Academic Nuclear Structure Physics Techniques for Realisation of SDGs
A professor of Physics, Alison Bruce, from the University of Brighton, the United Kingdom, has suggested the use of techniques developed for Academic Nuclear Structure Physics for the realization of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Facilitators at the recent 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructural Development (ICSID 2020), hosted by Covenant University, have urged African countries to ensure the sustenance of their infrastructure to avert the looming danger of infrastructural deficit in the foreseeable future.
Collaboration is essential for innovation as Universities, research institutes, and small and large businesses contribute to regional growth and development.